Room One Surface Wall-mounted Wireless Speaker is made of wood. You may ask, “whats the big deal?” It is true that nearly all good speakers are made of wood, but can you say your speaker has no grille or any visible cones that are generally the instrument of sound reproduction? I am sure you can’t, but that is really what the Room One Surface has and does not have. And, btw, the piece of curved wood you see there? It is not just any piece of wood; it is a piece of engineered wood responsible for transmitting sound with best sound dispersion possible. Continue reading This Piece Of Wood, Called Surface, Is Actually A Bluetooth Speaker
We all know Logitech makes speakers, but to be honest, I never thought it will look anything but stylish. At least, it is not until I saw the company’s newest addition to its Bluetooth speakers line, the Logitech MX Sound. Touted as the premium Bluetooth speakers, it does indeed look the part of premium and that’s not all, it is the one speaker that is designed from the ground up to delivery both the look and audio prowess. Understanding the need to connect several sources to one set of speaker system, Logitech has engineered MX Sound to do exactly that. Continue reading Seriously, We Never Thought Logitech Speakers Could Look This Good!
If you often find yourself pausing a song before it begins for the purpose of searching the lyrics online so you could sing along or learn the words, well then, a Japanese audio company has good news for you. COTODAMA has invented a new kind of audio speaker that not only immerse you with engineered audio but also visually with lyrics, displayed right on the speaker’s 22-inch clear Transmissive Liquid Crystal Display. Aptly called Lyric Speaker, the display covers the entire front of the speaker that present listeners with lyrics of the song as it is being played. Continue reading Lyric Speaker Displays Song’s Lyrics Expressively On Its 22” Clear Display
Here’s something for lovers of Porsche, specifically lovers of Porsche’s much revered 911 GT3. We’d say it is a must-have for every single Porsche enthusiasts, whether or not you actually drives one, cos’ this is a Bluetooth speaker is crafted from an actual, original exhaust tailpipes pulled from a Porsche 911 GT3. Clearly, that’s more than enough reasons for fans to drop 499 euros (about 569 in greenbacks) on a unit, but in case you need a little more information… this baby here is kind of a follow up to the 911 GT3 exhaust tailpipe-based soundbar introduced last year. Continue reading Porsche Turns 911 GT3 Tailpipes Into A Handsome Stereo Bluetooth Speaker
Speakers are, well, just speakers. They are kind of on the receiving end of a love-hate relationship of music lovers. I mean, you need speakers to pump out music that’s for sure, but not everyone love the sight of decor-invading speakers. To be honest, I think most people have learned to accept it, but what if I tell you that you don’t have conform to the norm? Well, you can, with the Sound Heroes Bluetooth Speaker by Kalium Labs. Sound Heroes is literally a hero for those who can’t stand the sight of grill-on-box speakers because it pumps out voluminous sound without looking like a speaker; not even one bit. It takes on the form of a polygonal humanoid. Yes. You heard that right. Polygonal humanoid. And therefore, it will forever change the way you look at speakers. Continue reading You Will Want This Polygonal Humanoid Speaker Out In Plain Sight
If you are one of those who thought that a speaker system kills your interior decor, then Danish design audio equipment maker, Bang & Olufsen, has just the speaker system for you and it is called BeoSound Shape. What makes BeoSound Shape so special is, it is a modular all-in-one audio system that comprises of up to 44 individual hexagonal tiles. The beauty of BeoSound Shape is, from the outside, each tile looks exactly the same, but on the inside, it could be a driver, a class D amplifier, an acoustic damper, or a Core unit that packs a myriad of connectivity options, including Chromecast, Spotify Connect, Apple AirPlay and of course, Bluetooth Technology. Continue reading Bang & Olufsen BeoSound Shape Is Every Interior Decorators’ Dream
Look. We are not going to beat around the bush here. Urbanears has announced the company’s first connected speakers last week and it is looking pretty rad. The first two speakers to join the connected speakers lineup are Baggen and Stammen, and like many accomplished speakers we have seen so far, it has a bunch of connectivity, including WiFi, Bluetooth, auxiliary input, and has Chromecast built-in and support both AirPlay and Spotify Connect. So, as far as connectivity is concern, you are pretty much open to a myriad of sources and if that’s not enough, features and connection possibilities may further expand in future via over-the-air updates. So yeah, it is a pretty advanced connected speaker system and all for a starting price of $349. Continue reading Urbanears’ First Speakers Is Multiroom And Is Heavy On Style And Altitude
While SONOS has not been exactly quiet in the market, it didn’t really have a new product like, in years (redesigned and refreshed products does not count). That changes with SONOS PLAYBASE, a TV companion speaker system designed from the ground-up that’s truly new to the SONOS family. Though it is worthy to note that the concept of PLAYBASE is hardly new. If the product name offers any hint, it would be it is a base and it is indeed a base, designed to slip under a stand-equipped TV (up to 77 lbs or 35 kg), just like what LG, Bose and the likes have done. Continue reading SONOS New Under-The-TV Sound System Wants To Boost Your TV’s Audio
Between soundbar and complex and cumbersome multi speaker setup, there is, well, nothing. It is a problem surround sound aficionados are facing. One can either go with a soundbar and be at the mercy of bouncing sound, or deal with irksome wires. Even today’s wireless speakers can’t avoid having cables, which is kind of ironical but that’s just nature’s doing: they need power to run even if audio is wireless. But game changes when ONEAudio ONEmicro Wireless Surround System came along. Touted as the world’s only true wireless surround, ONEmicro is a 5.1 kit comprises of a bunch of tiny satellite speakers that requires no cable, no power cord, a ONEbox mini media server (also called ‘console’) and a twin-driver subwoofer, ONEwoofer. Continue reading This is ONEmicro, The World’s Only True Wireless Surround
What? Your garage is already filled with exotic rides from Lamborghini? But I am sure you have room for one more inside the house, right? Well, maybe not the entire car, but perhaps a sound system that’s pretty much look like the car itself. Meet the EsaVox Lamborghini Bluetooth Speaker from the same Italian folks, iXOOST, who brought to you the exhaust sound docks. And make no mistake. EsaVox is not inspired by the raging bull marque; it is a Lamborghini by itself and ‘tuned’ like one too with features like monocoque chassis, exhaust system with variable aperture to control pressure of the subwoofer, and even passive shock absorber (yes, it has that too!) that aids in dampening the vibrations generated by the pounding sound. True to an actual suspension set up, the audio system’s tapered supports is also adjustable in height too. Continue reading iXOOST’s Lamborghini Speaker Is Built Like The Actual Car With Real Tailpipes!